JFFS2 FS not writeable

Ron Madrid ron_madrid at sbcglobal.net
Wed May 28 06:26:16 EST 2008

In which function should I start searching for this
problem?  What would cause a block to be marked bad?

--- Scott Wood <scottwood at freescale.com> wrote:

> Ron Madrid wrote:
> > I have tried the latest code and now, I'm able to
> > write a limited amount.  After which when I
> reboot,
> > more than 100 contiguous blocks have been marked
> bad,
> > through the end of the device (according to the
> dts). 
> > Is this something that has been seen before?
> Yes, but not with the latest code.
>  > My NAND device is a large page.
> I've only had small page devices to test on, so it's
> quite likely that 
> there's a large page bug in the driver somewhere.
> If your erase block size is not 128K, try the latest
> set_addr patch in 
> the mtd- branch of u-boot-nand-flash (I
> still need to send it 
> out for Linux).
> -Scott

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